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Skip to content Skip to search. Denlinger, Charles G. Published Sudbury, Mass. Language English. Author Denlinger, Charles G. Physical Description xxx, p. International series in mathematics. Subjects Mathematical analysis.
Functions of real variables. Contents The real number system Sequences Topology of the real number system Limits of functions Continuous functions Differentiable functions The Reimann integral Infinite series of real numbers Sequences and series of functions.
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Elements of Real Analysis
Charles G. He retired from MU in after 41 years of service, including eleven years as Chair of the Department of Mathematics. His academic credentials include the Ph. He has previously co-authored two calculus textbooks with Bernard Kolman. Professor Denlinger enjoys teaching mathematics at all levels, but especially loves to make complicated mathematics understandable to serious, hard-working students. Seeing the light dawn in the face of an appreciative student is intensely satisfying to him as a teacher.
Elements Of Real Analysis